Bird Bright UV Paints Developed to Sa...

Bird Bright UV Paints Developed to Save Birds from Oil Field Pits and Windtowers

There are 17 comments on the Release News story from Feb 8, 2012, titled Bird Bright UV Paints Developed to Save Birds from Oil Field Pits and Windtowers. In it, Release News reports that:

Fargo, ND , Wednesday - February 08, 2012 -- Reel Wings Decoy Company Inc, a leader in UV technology as it relates to the hunting industry announced today that they are seeking an eco Friendly oil exploration company to partner with to further field test their Bird Bright UV Paints designed to detract birds from the oil pits and to further the oil ... (more)

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Paul Maxwell

Grand Forks, ND

#1 Feb 9, 2012
I love to see forward thinking companies! Good job Reel Wings!
PHD

Houston, TX

#2 Feb 10, 2012
Another WIND MILL RULES product.

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#3 Feb 10, 2012
PHD wrote:
Another WIND MILL RULES product.
Just more evidence that WIND MILLS KILL BIRDS!!
PHD

Houston, TX

#4 Feb 10, 2012
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
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Just more evidence that WIND MILLS KILL BIRDS!!
Your logic? Gee all moving and stationary objects kill birds. Shall we paint everything? SEE WIND MILLS RULE AGAIN!!!!

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#5 Feb 10, 2012
PHD wrote:
<quoted text>Your logic? Gee all moving and stationary objects kill birds. Shall we paint everything? SEE WIND MILLS RULE AGAIN!!!!
Nope. Just get everything out of their way!
PHD

Houston, TX

#6 Feb 11, 2012
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
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Nope. Just get everything out of their way!
Ok well letís start with your house and auto. Do crush them to make space for the many that have died crashing into yours. See you could post the pictures on the web and set an example. Oh with hope maybe you could achieve this task with less than 100 pics. Going forward can't Waite to see your pics.

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#7 Feb 11, 2012
PHD wrote:
<quoted text>Ok well letís start with your house and auto. Do crush them to make space for the many that have died crashing into yours. See you could post the pictures on the web and set an example. Oh with hope maybe you could achieve this task with less than 100 pics. Going forward can't Waite to see your pics.
Pictures? Okay. How 'bout this one of my hummingbird garden?
http://naturecardsforyou.com/Documents/Copy%2...

Or this one of my beautiful Baltimore Oriole that could be easily knocked out of the sky by a wind turbine.
http://naturecardsforyou.com/Documents/oriole...

Or my gorgeous Rose-breasted Grosbeak that also is at risk of slaughter by turbine.
http://naturecardsforyou.com/Documents/Copy%2...
PHD

Houston, TX

#8 Feb 11, 2012
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
<quoted text>
Pictures? Okay. How 'bout this one of my hummingbird garden?
http://naturecardsforyou.com/Documents/Copy%2...
Or this one of my beautiful Baltimore Oriole that could be easily knocked out of the sky by a wind turbine.
http://naturecardsforyou.com/Documents/oriole...
Or my gorgeous Rose-breasted Grosbeak that also is at risk of slaughter by turbine.
http://naturecardsforyou.com/Documents/Copy%2...
Well hereís your opportunity to shine. Show all an example and post those hundreds of pics crushing that auto and home you insist on using to exterminate our feathered friends. WIND MILLS RULE AGAIN!!!

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#9 Feb 11, 2012
PHD wrote:
<quoted text>Well hereís your opportunity to shine. Show all an example and post those hundreds of pics crushing that auto and home you insist on using to exterminate our feathered friends. WIND MILLS RULE AGAIN!!!
Global warming is no longer caused by greenhouse gas emissions. The newest cause is "income inequality." The chart is proof!
http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2012/02...
PHD

Houston, TX

#11 Feb 13, 2012
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
<quoted text>
Global warming is no longer caused by greenhouse gas emissions. The newest cause is "income inequality." The chart is proof!
http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2012/02...
Well for someone that can't explain why some of our featherd friends are still around instead of migrating south now wants to explain greehouse gas and global warming. You want income equality? Move to that third world everyone is equal there.

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#12 Mar 22, 2012
PHD wrote:
<quoted text>Well for someone that can't explain why some of our featherd friends are still around instead of migrating south now wants to explain greehouse gas and global warming. You want income equality? Move to that third world everyone is equal there.
You must be under the false impression that all birds migrate south for the winter. They don't. But then I don't expect you to know everything about birds. After nearly 20 years of watching and studying them, I'm still learning too.

Heck, just today someone told me the woodpeckers have returned already.

Huh! Woodpeckers don't leave....but then how was she to know?
Unless, of course, she was talking about Red-headed Woodpeckers. But I doubt it because there are none, or very few, in her area.
PHD

Houston, TX

#13 Mar 23, 2012
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
<quoted text>
You must be under the false impression that all birds migrate south for the winter. They don't. But then I don't expect you to know everything about birds. After nearly 20 years of watching and studying them, I'm still learning too.
Heck, just today someone told me the woodpeckers have returned already.
Huh! Woodpeckers don't leave....but then how was she to know?
Unless, of course, she was talking about Red-headed Woodpeckers. But I doubt it because there are none, or very few, in her area.
I get most of my info about birds from you. Well are there any or none? Do they migrate or not. See you made another ASSumption of yourself. Maybe you should seek help from your nemeses the box of rocks. I bet the box of rock has a degree that matches your needs. You spent a long time thinking (HAHA) to answer a simple question. SEE WIND MILLS RULE!!!!
redneck

Birmingham, AL

#14 Mar 23, 2012
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
<quoted text>You must be under the false impression that all birds migrate south for the winter. They don't. But then I don't expect you to know everything about birds. After nearly 20 years of watching and studying them, I'm still learning too.

Heck, just today someone told me the woodpeckers have returned already.

Huh! Woodpeckers don't leave....but then how was she to know?
Unless, of course, she was talking about Red-headed Woodpeckers. But I doubt it because there are none, or very few, in her area.
I have a couple red headed wood peckers around my cabin.
PHD

Houston, TX

#15 Mar 23, 2012
redneck wrote:
<quoted text>
I have a couple red headed wood peckers around my cabin.
So are there some or none. See why the raptor makes an ASSumption of it's self.Good catch "redneck"

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#16 Mar 23, 2012
PHD wrote:
<quoted text>I get most of my info about birds from you. Well are there any or none? Do they migrate or not. See you made another ASSumption of yourself. Maybe you should seek help from your nemeses the box of rocks. I bet the box of rock has a degree that matches your needs. You spent a long time thinking (HAHA) to answer a simple question. SEE WIND MILLS RULE!!!!
I didn't see that post until yesterday.

Many migrate. Some are year-round residents (Chickadees, downy Woodpeckers). Some only irrupt (movements depending on food crop or lack thereof) every couple years (crossbills, Evening Grosbeaks). Some move west to east/east to west, or simply downslope. Some migrate short distances (a couple hundred miles)(Red-winged Blackbirds). Some migrate very long distances (several thousand miles or more.)(Boblolinks)
Some who are known to be migrants will try to ride out the winter if it's mild in the north until severe weather makes them determine it's best to get out of Dodge.

Riding out the winter (like bluebirds and some robins do) can give them the advantage by being here early in the spring to claim the best territories, thus increasing their chances of breeding successfully. But it can be risky if it turns out to be a hard winter.

Canada and the Northern US is "south" for some species, like Tree Sparrows and Snowy Owls, who come down from the far north and the Arctic in winter.

God, I could go on and on on this subject.
Anyway the point is WIND TURBINES KILL BIRDS and they suck.

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#17 Mar 23, 2012
redneck wrote:
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I have a couple red headed wood peckers around my cabin.
Cool! You live in the south?

Our cabin is in Northern MI and we get them too, but only in summer. Got lots of Pileated Woodpeckers up there all year.
mississippian

Boynton Beach, FL

#18 Mar 23, 2012
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
<quoted text>Cool! You live in the south?

Our cabin is in Northern MI and we get them too, but only in summer. Got lots of Pileated Woodpeckers up there all year.
I'm actually in Mississippi.

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